This section is full of articles and information written by different authors covering a variety of dog breeds and canine issues.
The Breeders Corner articles is an opportunity for various breeders from around the world to tell their story and talk about their chosen breed.
Just where does the black and tan “Rottweiler looking” pattern come from, and is it a sign that an APBT is not purebred? Since this
There are people who have incredibly large numbers of rats for the Rat-Killing use breeding, and earn a living. I considered it for my article
As the author of a number of dog books, I often get sent samples of doggy items that the producer is hoping I will hype.
Sgt Stubby (1917-1926) This Pit Bull, of unknown descent, was found by Private John Robert Conroy on the campus of Yale University, in 1917, while
A mish mash of various articles put together to tell the story of the English Bull Terrier and it’s creator… Mr James Hinks (1829-1878) was
These are difficult times for those who favour the distinctive breeds of Terrier with Bulldog blood. The threat of action, under the now discredited Dangerous
A really interesting article by Dr M . Christine Zink DVM, PhD, DACVSMR from Johns Hopkins University on dewclaws. I am a vet that
The following is an article written by Mr Richard F. Stratton on the Old Family Reds. First, an overview. No one really knows when
An article written by Mr Fred Philips from Cradburg Kennels on the origins of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. The origins of the Staffordshire bull
The following is an article written by Mr Fottrell on the Kerry Blue Terrier. “I WILL now proceed in detail with the foregoing points. Some
A great article written by Mr Bill Boylan on the origins of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. The Cradley Heath Club was formed at the ‘Old
The following is an interesting article by Carol Beuchat PhD. Everybody that breeds purebred dogs wants them to be happy, healthy, and long-lived. We also
The following is a small article written by Mr Dobbyn on selecting a good Glen. Selecting a Glen in the “Good Auld Days When Glens
HOW A LION FIGHT CAUSED ENGLAND TO STOP THE BREEDING OF BOTH RING AND PIT BULLDOGS By Warren H. Blaisdell, III The story of the
This has to be one of my favourite stories of all time. It epitomises the true spirit one of the best working dog breeds of
Fantastic photo & piece of history – Mr Luigi Puca outside of his store at 131 Mott Street in New York City, New York, America